‘s biggest star has been with him through it all—to the point where you might not have even noticed his name attached to all of Jim Parsons’ big life moments. He currently lives with Jim Parsons in Los Angeles with their two dogs (ironically, Sheldon Cooper is a cat person).For instance, the star thanks his partner in all of his award acceptance speeches, once calling him his “favorite person on Earth.” If you want to know more about the man behind the man behind Sheldon Cooper, here are some details on Todd Spiewak and his relationship with Jim Parsons. He’s a huge tennis fan, having gone to both Wimbledon and the U. While how Todd Spiewak and Jim Parsons met is still unknown, they’ve been together for approximately 16 years; that’s long before began airing in 2007!And despite being together for so very long, the two are apparently in no hurry to get married, even following the legalization of gay marriage.
It recently announced that it would be producing a new series about gifted youngsters whose talents may interfere with the chance to have a normal childhood.
Spiewak also does additional scouting for new projects in the fields of television, film, and theater.
While their relationship—both business and personal—has been recognized as publicly meaningful, the couple apparently don’t think they’ve done anything deserving of special attention.
At the 2013 Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network Respect Awards—the couple’s first public appearance together—Parsons said that he thinks theirs is “a regular life, boring love.” But if a gay couple living a normal life can be inspiring to others, then that’s wonderful!
2002 - Present'Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons thanked long-time partner Todd Spiewak in several acceptance speeches before the New York 'Times' officially confirmed the relationship in a May 2012 profile on the actor.
and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy.In 2011, Parsons made his Broadway debut portraying Tommy Boatwright in the play The Normal Heart, for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination.He reprised the role in the film adaptation of the play, and received his seventh Emmy nomination, this time in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.On January 29, 2015, it was announced that Parsons would be returning to Broadway as God in the new play An Act of God, which opened in May 2015. Joseph Hospital in Houston, Texas, and was raised in one of its northern suburbs, Spring.He is the son of Milton Joseph "Mickey/Jack" Parsons, Jr. Parsons points to a role in Noises Off during his junior year as the first time "I fully connected with the role I was playing and started to truly understand what it meant to be honest on stage." After graduating from high school, Parsons received an undergraduate degree from the University of Houston.(February 6, 1949 – April 29, 2001) and teacher Judy Ann (née Mc Knight). He was prolific during this time, appearing in 17 plays in 3 years.